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The Tin Woman
« on: September 28, 2017, 02:49:14 PM »
By Sean Grennan

What if we owed our survival to more than just our parents? If our existences cost the lives of others, would we make the most of the time we have, or be crippled by guilt? The Tin Woman is a new play that reveals the life of a woman who tracks down the family of her late heart transplant donor. Doubts, shame and humanity meld together to crate a bittersweet tale, equal parts funny, moving and honest. This inspiring, dramatically resonant comedy will steal your heart and restore your faith in second chances.

"Full of laughter and light even in the darkest moments."
-- Erin Hunsader, Door County Advocate

"Loaded with questions, answers, dilemmas and paradoxes -- the stuff of humanity. Nearby is humor forged of fire." -- Warren Gerds,

Directed by Rob Conway

The cast features: Amanda Hirsch, Lucinda Moaney, Mark Solz, Amy Stanley, Connie Terwilliger, Raylene J. Wall, Pete Zanko

Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 2:00 pm

Tickets: $20, Seniors/Students/Military: $17
Groups of 10 or more to same performance: $15

Box Office: 619-303-5092

TICKETS available for purchase online:

Lamplighters Community Theatre is located
in the La Mesa Village Station Center
5915 Severin Drive
La Mesa, CA 91942-3806